He may be surrounded by a near-harem of female "helpers."When a man is used to being guided and micromanaged by women, it can become a behavioral pattern that is both comfortable for him and hard to break.
That doesn’t mean he is satisfied or happy with that dynamic, or that he isn't capable of pursuing you if he’s motivated to do so.
You could find yourself in an entanglement with a man who's not really sure how or why he got there.
Here are 7 observations and comments from clients over the past year.
The good news is that you don't need to be an introvert to date one.
You'll be pursuing him, so your energy will shift from being feminine to masculine, and that's not healthy or sexy (for you or for him) in the long run.
By not “helping” him date you, you are letting him know that you see him as the competent adult man that he is. If he approaches you and you start dating, trust that he can figure out what to do.
Your confidence in him will inspire him to do his best.
My advice will make a lot more sense if you're already familiar with the basic concept of letting a man lead and set the pace of the relationship.
Regardless of personality type, men are happiest when allowed to discover love at their own pace.